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Betty L. Shupp

November 28, 1929 — June 7, 2023

Seabrook

Betty L. Shupp - Elizabeth Louise (Flowers) age 93, of Lanham/Seabrook, MD peacefully transitioned to eternal rest Wednesday, June 7, 2023 at home with family by her side. She was a devoted and loving daughter, wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Born to Edna May & Edgar Isham Flowers, Jr. November 28, 1929 at their home in Forestville, MD. She married Paul S. Shupp (deceased) and had 5 children. She was a wife, mother & home-maker for many years followed by a long career working for Members of Congress at the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, DC. She was an awesome sketch artist, strong willed, independent and even with a full career, was always there for family. She loved watermelon and was a loyal, hard and true Redskins football fan. She also loved to drive and was ready to go anywhere – as long as she could do the driving – and did until she was 92. She volunteered at NASA, Tea's given at the historical mansions and enjoyed antique shopping. She was an avid reader and incredible with cross-word puzzles, jig-saw puzzles and Scrabble. She enjoyed word games, Tri-Omino's and playing the Slots (before paper winnings), collecting many porcelain dolls and nick-knacks. She was kind and generous, donating to several Veteran and other charities.
 
She is survived by her children & spouses:
Terry E. & John D. Armstrong, Robbin E. Mollman, S. Wayne Shupp, Carol E. & John C. 'Jack' Strott, IV
 
Grandchildren:
Sherry E. (Armstrong) Colony, W. Lee Mollman, Heather M. (Mollman) Caudill, Katie L. Mollman, Garrett A. Mollman, Evan B. Shupp, Kayla L. Strott, John C. 'Chas' Strott, V
 
Great grandchildren:
Laina Colony, Will, Charlie & Hayden Mollman, Nicholas & Ethan Caudill, Kayon Strott and Kaylini (Strott) Miller, as well as many nieces, nephews and friends.
 
It was a joy to be with her, wonderful to see her eyes twinkle, her beautiful smile and hear her infectious laugh. She was very special and much loved by all. She will be truly missed and always remembered.
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